I’m a tad tardy on this but I do believe I have heard dad say a time or two, “better late than never.” Yesterday I met with a journalist writing a book about conservation, here in the Turks and Caicos and throughout the world (stay posted for more to come on that topic) so I didn’t have the chance to get this post done quite in time. Yesterday’s Father’s Day is the very first my father has spent as a retired man! Last Wednesday, June 15th, marked Larry’s last day at the company he has loyally given his service to for over 20 years. His nearly 35 year career as a heavy equipment salesman, traveling all over the great state of Wyoming, plus Colorado, Utah, Montana, and beyond, is formally finished.
Now it’s time to . . . . .
tinker with your favorite toys,
take to the open road on two wheels,
and take the time to have a beer with your buddies!
Congratulations Dad! Your family can’t thank you enough for all of your hard work over the years; all the icy roads, the long weeks away from home, and the rough days. I can’t ever recall you having anything but laughs and loyalty from your many customers. Your attitude was always pleasant and professional, an attribute I aspire to very much in my own career. Cheers to you, hats off!